College of the Canyons
Our selection to the Honor Roll is recognition from the highest levels of the federal government of COC's commitment to service and civic engagement on our campus and in our nation.
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College of the Canyons was selected for inclusion in the 2008/2009 edition of the
Guide to Service Learning Colleges & Universities
This 2008/09 guide is a resource for college-bound students interested in making a difference in their communities & gaining valuable hands-on experience while earning college credit.
If you are interested in volunteering, please use the contact information provided or come into the Service Learning Center (BONH-249) Valencia Campus, for more information.
Volunteer Opportunities Available for Tony Strickland’s Congressional Campaign
Former State Senator Tony Strickland’s campaign for California’s 25th Congressional District is seeking volunteers.
Tony Strickland is a former State Senator as well as a fellow and visiting scholar at USC’s Unruh Institute of Politics. He is a strong candidate to replace retiring Congressman Buck McKeon and is endorsed by him.
Opportunities for volunteers include:
• Valuable experience working on a Congressional race,
• an improved resume,
• an expanded political and business network,
• the opportunity to meet and campaign with leading political figures.
Volunteering for Senator Strickland’s campaign is a terrific opportunity for those interested in a career in politics, or for those simply interested in becoming more involved in the political process. The skills and connections obtained through this work will translate to all fields. If you are interested in interning or volunteering, please email your resume or a statement of interest to Grant Murphy at email@example.com.
Political Director- Strickland for Congress
UNITED WE SERVE
The President is calling on all Americans to participate in our nation’s recovery and renewal by serving in our communities. There are many ways to get involved. America’s new foundation will be built one community at a time – and it starts with you.
Looking for a way to serve that's right for you?
Check out the following websites for National, State, and Local volunteer opportunities:
Serve.gov (http://www.serve.gov) is a portal for you and all Americans to find your own ways to serve in your own communities. Just choose whatever interests you – and type in your zip code to see what opportunities our partner organizations have in your area. Americans are putting their own country back on the right track; be a part of it.
CaliforniaVolunteers.org (http://californiavolunteers.org/index.php) CaliforniaVolunteers is the state office that manages programs and initiatives aimed at increasing the number of Californians engaged in service and volunteering. Through this innovative web site, individuals and families can find more than 45,000 volunteer opportunities throughout the state involving the arts, education, animals, disaster preparedness, the environment, and other areas of interest.
Santa-Clarita.com/volunteer (http://Santa-Clarita.com/volunteer) Do you want to learn more about local volunteer opportunities? Please visit the link above for more information.